I've been thinking about Elon Musk's internet over satellite project. It requires a receiver to use this internet service and customers pay directly to his company for the service.
This made me think, if my government blocks specific online resources, they would have no control over me via this system. And also, I pay taxes to get internet, but with this system they may not be able raise taxes. I pay to SpaceX, I get the service from them.
Suppose a country wants to block its citizens from accessing this service. Can they do that? How?
And another thing: sometimes they use ISP's logs as evidence in court, but if I use satellite internet from SpaceX, how may they get those?
I really wonder if the government can control such satellite internet projects?